Liquid Crystal On Silicon (LCoS) also known as a spatial light modulator, is a display technology that uses liquid crystals for display. The most common use for LCoS is front- and rear-projection. Currently, LCoS is being widely used in Augmented reality applications. LCoS is very popular in holographic projection where the LCoS panel is a phase modulator that directs light only into the letters or symbology being displayed. The growing use of LCoS in near-eye and head-mounted displays will contribute the market growth in the coming years.
- Growing Adoption of AR & VR Technology
- Demand For Wide Range Compatibility
- Increasing Near Eye Applications
- Trend For Open Technology Platform
- High Cost of Technology Development
Growing Demand Consumer Electronics In End Users, Increasing Demand Of Embedded Pico Projectors and Rising Use Of HUDs In Automobiles Sector
Players Covered in the Study are:
Sony Corporation (Japan), Cannon Inc. (Japan), Syndiant (United States), LG Electronics (South Korea), JVC Kenwood Corporation (Japan), Pioneer Corporation (Japan), 3M Company (United States), Himax Display Inc. (Taiwan), Holoeye Systems Inc. (United States), Microvision Inc. (United States) and Hitachi Ltd. (Japan)
The Global Liquid Crystal on Silicon market is gaining huge competition due to involvement of United States and Asian companies that constantly invest in research & development to meet market expectation with new innovation.
List of players that can be included in the study on immediate basis are Aaxa Technologies (United States), Barco NV (Belgium), Citizen Finetech Miyota Co., Ltd. (Japan), Forth Dimension Displays Ltd. (United Kingdom), Guangzhou Weijie Electronic Technology Co., Ltd. (China), Microvision Inc. (United States) and Shenzhen Coolux Science And Technology Co., Ltd (China).